Addtionally, I require LMS to verify that the port is indeed an access port with 802.1x already applied to it before adjusting the configurations. I have tried pushing this compliance check out with a prerequisite of having "switchport mode access" applied to it, and then having the next command set state:
Submode: interface [#Ethernet*/*/*#]
- dot1x max-req 1
- dot1x max-reauth-req 1
+ no dot1x max-req 1
+ no dot1x max-reauth-req 1
This was a simple test on a single device to see if I could remove the limits on authentication and requests entered. The job states successful and there are no devices that are non-compliant, however no changes to the device configurations have been made. I seek assistance in command syntax or if there is another way to push this out, as I have about 1k network devices to go through and make these changes.
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